New ANR Project at Qarma: LIVES: Leaning with Interacting Views. Imagine you are asked to answer the following questions. How can we design a computer-aided diagnosis tool for neurological disorders from multiple brain images acquired with different medical imaging devices? How can a computer identify the emotion felt by a person from his/her face and voice? How can such tools remain efficient when the data quality is poor or with missing data?
Best Student Paper Award at IJCNN Ugo Louche and Liva Ralaivola,'s paper "From Cutting Planes Algorithms to Compression Schemes and Active Learning" is awarded with the best student paper prize at the 2015 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks.